Route 4 (Shuto Expressway)
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Route 4 (also known as the Shinjuku Route) is one of the radial routes of the Shuto Expressway system in the Tokyo area. Route 4 runs west from Miyakezaka Junction (with the Inner Circular Route) in Chiyoda-ku and runs for 8.44 miles (13.5 km) through Shinjuku-ku, Shibuya-ku, and Suginami-ku. The Route 4 designation ends at the Takaido Interchange and the expressway continues as the intercity Chūō Expressway to Nagoya via Yamanashi and Nagano Prefecture.
- August 2, 1964 - Miyakezaka Junction - Hatsudai Temporary Exit section opened
- August 15, 1973 - Eifuku Exit - Takaido Interchange section opened
- September 27, 1973 - Hatsudai Exit - Eihuku Exit section opened
- May 18, 1976 - Completing the entire route.
|Chiyoda-ku||Miyakezaka JCT||Route C1 Outer Loop to Ginza and Hakozaki
Route C1 Inner Loop to Meguro and Haneda
|Shinjuku-ku||Gaien||National Stadium of Japan, Meiji Jingu Stadium|
|Shibuya-ku||Yoyogi||Meiji Jingu Shrine||Outbound exit/inbound entrance|
|Shinjuku-ku||Shinjuku||Shinjuku Station, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office||No outbound entry ramp|
|Shinjuku-ku||Nishi-shinjuku JCT||Route C2 Outer Loop to Kumanocho JCT(Route 5).
Route C2 Inner Loop to Ohashi JCT(Route 3) and Bayshore Route.
|Outer Loop connected on Dec 22. 2007. Inner Loop connected in 2009).|
|Shibuya-ku||Hatsudai||National Route 20, also known as Kōshū Kaidō avenue||Inbound exit/outbound entrance|
|Shibuya-ku||Hatagaya||National Route 20||Outbound exit/inbound entrance|
|Suginami-ku||Eifuku||National Route 20|
|Suginami-ku||Takaido||Kampachi-dori (Tokyo's #8 ring road)||No outbound entry rampway
Road continues as Chūō Expressway
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